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Wednesday, 23 April 2014

The Four Seasons Of Ogham

Ogma's Tale Of The Trees is the first of my Tree Trailogy of books and music recordings ... which includes the word Trai, pronounced something between 'tree' and 'tri' as said in trilogy, and it means enchantment.


Who of us finds enchantment from trees?
Who of us find trees inspire us with intuition, inspiration and even divination?

There is a growing use in using Ogham symbols as a tool of divination though many use the symbols as the starting point.

Here with Ogma's Tale |Of The Trees I use the intuition of vibrations that inspire us to make sounds, then eventually to serve an archived memory of trees, the Ogham alphabet came along.

At 12 years old I wrote a poem that became a song that includes the words
"Colours turn to patterns that turn to sound
that lifts our bodies up from the ground
this is when we meet the creator and clasp it hand
and hold one another thoughout this land ..."

This is what I feel the legend of Ogma to Ogham was and isabout.

I hope you enjoy this introduction
... and there is a link to more after


Our First Season - our spring ...
our birth, our form

The five tree symbols in this quarter ... 

Beith the Birch - birthing
first life and bringer of life onto this earth
click for my story poem and more about birch

Luis the Rowan - loving
discovery of passion, discovery of love
click for my story poem and more about rowan

Fearn the Alder - sensing
discovering our senses, discovering our response to elements
click for my story poem and more about alder

Saille the Willow - balancing
experiencing the ebbs and flow of sorrow and joy
click for my story poem and more about willow

Nuin the Ash - accepting
learning tolerance and forgiveness
click for my story poem and more about ash


Our Second Season - our summer ...
our blossoming, our connecting

The five tree symbols in this quarter ... 

Huathe the Hawthorn - mating
flirting, courting and mischief
click for my story poem and hawthorn web site

Duir the Oak - accountability
being present and accountable to all things around us at all time
click for my story poem and oak web site

Tinne the Holly - courage
having courage to release honest affirmations and prayers
click for my story poem and holly web site

Coll the Hazel - nourishment
be willing to receive nourishment beyond food
click for my story poem and hazel web site

Quirt the Apple - connection
accepting our inspirations and dreams as our memory and guide
click for my story poem and apple web site


Our Third Season - our autumn ...
our harvest, our unity

The five tree symbols in this quarter ...  


Muin the Vine - flow
our dreams manifesting through our awaking world
click for my story poem and vine web site

Gort the Ivy - trust
becoming aware of our spirit guide
click for my story poem and ivy web site

NGetal the Reed - instinct
accepting and trusting responses to our affirmations and prayers
click for my story poem and reed web site

Straif the Blackthorn - surrender
awareness of our egos and our balanced place among all things
click for my story poem and blackthorn web site

Ruis the Elder - conscience
voice of conscience that guides our choices
click for my story poem and elder web site


Our Fourth Season -our winter ...
our cauldron, our sharing, our divine service

The five tree symbols in this quarter ... 

Ailim the Pine - service
discovering our true home from which to serve from
click for my story poem and pine web site

Ohn the Gorse - revelation
detoxing our soul so our visions become clearer
click for my story poem and gorse web site

Ur the Heather - clarity
clear vision of our quest to serve
click for my story poem and heather web site

Eadha the Poplar - transparency
becoming at one with all things and owner of none
click for my story poem and poplar web site

Ioho the Yew - wisdom
becoming attuned to cycles and resurrection
through understanding there is no beginning or end!
click for my story poem and yew web site

To discover more 


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